Recruiting staff and expanding your team can be both time consuming and costly.
Get is wrong and the fallout can have significant consequences. Get it right and the new recruit will pay dividends.
Back in September 2017, we discussed in depth the recruitment process.
Five key areas that in my opinion remain consistently important when interviewing candidates are:
- Research undertaken
Interviewing umpteen candidates may seem unnecessary. However, unless you have found ‘the one’, simply employing for the sake of it is simply not worth it. Ultimately, it will cause you much more financial expenses. Equally, there could be upset amongst current staff.
I have recently found myself in the position of expanding Clover HR and am delighted to welcome Jenny Riley.
Jenny, who will be joining Clover HR as from February 2018 brings with her a wealth of experience in HR.
Following a career break to raise her family, Jenny is very much looking forward to joining the team at Clover HR.Having gained invaluable experience across a diverse range of industries, Jenny is the perfect complement to our ever expanding team.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to join Clover HR at this time of growth. Human resource management has been both my passion and my vocation for over twenty years! I look forward to meeting some of you in the very near future”
Jenny adds “My comprehensive HR management experience will enable me to work with small businesses to corporate organisations. And what could be more rewarding than to assist businesses serving my community?”
It goes without saying that if you need the advice or assistance of a HR professional, then look no further than Jenny or myself for all your HR needs.